By FOX SPORTS staff
Scoring five times in four appearances for Liverpool so far in this campaign, Daniel Sturridge has been the club's in-form striker in the absence of last season's top scorer Luis Suarez.
Playmaker Philippe Coutinho might not have gotten his name on the score-sheet yet, but his three goals and five assists earlier in the year still remains in the minds of Reds fans.
Speaking to the club's official website, Enrique revealed that playing alongside Sturridge and Coutinho was a confidence boost for the entire Liverpool team.
"I don't think one or two players can ever make a team, but - for me - the form of Sturridge and Coutinho has made a massive impact this season, with strikers like that you know that if your team can create just one chance you can win the game at any moment. That is very important as a defender," he shared.
"You know some games will be really ugly, but with forwards like Philippe and Daniel, they can turn the game with one piece of skill. If we can keep a clean-sheet, then we know that almost 100 per cent of the time we will win the game because we feel certain the players we have will score a goal. I think we now have one of the best forward lines in the Premier League, for sure."
The Reds have picked up maximum points from their three Premier League fixtures so far and will hope to extend their winning run as they work toward a return to the Champions League.
Former Liverpool manager Roy Evans believed current boss Brendan Rodgers now possessed a squad with sufficient depth and quality to do well.
"The squad now looks as if it has got a little bit of body to it and Luis Suarez to come back. I think things are looking really good and on the up - so far, so good," he noted.
"I'd like to see them win games by two or three goals and finish them off early rather than sit back and see what happens. But it has been successful so far and if we went through the season winning 1-0, a bit like Arsenal did at one stage and won the league, we would be very happy."
Liverpool will travel to Swansea for their Premier League fixture on Monday.